Jacqueline has been an active member of IAPP since joining in the UK in 2010 and New Zealand in 2014. With a background as a Management Consultant in the Systems Implementation practice of a global consultancy, Jacqueline has supported a number of large global organisations in their drive to effectively and pragmatically handle personal information. She’s a privacy practitioner who thrives on keeping the individual at the heart of initiatives involving personal data, aiming to bring employees to the conclusion that privacy is something we are all responsible for, it’s not just the domain of the privacy team. Currently at Air New Zealand, running the Global Privacy Office in Auckland, Jacqueline will move to Sydney in March to join Qantas as their Group Privacy Officer. She thrives on the complexities of running global privacy programmes, which she’s been involved in since 2004. Her drive is to instil a culture across the organisations she works in, that enables employees to “think privacy & do the right thing”.
Her previous roles have included Head of Information Governance (EMEA) at GE Capital based in London, and she has provided privacy guidance in a consulting capacity to BP Ltd and Standard Chartered in London, and prior to joining Air New Zealand, Jacqui provided consulting services focusing on biometric and immigration related privacy matters for New Zealand government agencies.